Mubashira Zaidi, from ISST, authored the chapter, 'Work and Women's Economic Empowerment in Tribal Rajasthan, India' in part 3, Emerging Dimensions in the Understanding of Women’s Unpaid Work of the book!
As the M&E community stretches to meet the demand for evidence, one question is whether or not to use software to analyse qualitative data generated from observations, interviews and focus group discussions. A related question is which software to use. But other equally critical questions include: how to ally methodological approaches to evaluation with the software choice, how best to work in a team environment. In my talk I would address these questions and discuss 3 popularly used…See More
Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) and EvalGender+ present workshop on Empowering Voices with Participatory Video/ Photo-voiceFacilitators: Ralf Otto and Simon KoolwijkDate/time: 27th May 2021, 14.00 – 16.00 CETFormat: Input, film screening, exercise in breakout groupsOverview of session / objectives:- Introduction to participatory video: process, requirements, what it can, what it cannot - Case studies and watching footage with stories from refugees in Uganda and in…See More
Please join us for the first in a new NCAER seminar series on Data Collection Methodology organised by the NCAER National Data Innovation Centre. Professor Presser will argue that data collection is a misleading metaphor because data are constructed not collected. Hence, methodology and substance are inseparable. The implication is to upend the distinction between “results” and their “interpretation”. He will illustrate the argument by two examples of social change in the United States, one…See More
Professionalization of M&E is a priority in order to strengthen the larger M&E ecosystem. Understanding the necessity to build capacity of institutions and individuals, our panel of speakers: Marco Segone, Asela Kalugampitiya, Alok Srivastava and Ana Erika Lareza share their rich global experience with a sharp focus on #SouthAsia while Ms. Rashmi Agarwal moderates the session.Evaluation Community of India, UNICEF India, World Food Programme, International Initiative for Impact…See More
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